It is summer time, which is the best indoor and outdoor anti mosquito repellent product and system? The best method is none other than the infamous mosquito ringtone. What is the Mosquito Ringtone? The Mosquito was a device invented by a British man as a way to repel mosquito using sound waves, it emits a very high frequency tone meant to annoy mosquito, pretty much like the high frequency screeching sound we human finds very annoying when someone scratch their finger nails across the chalk board. Download the Mosquito ringtone for your mobile phone.
Do note that this might not work if your mobile phone speakers’ frequency output is not within the range of 8kHz to 22kHz. Scientists at different laboratories had proven that these type of things are not effective. Then again, this could be a case where ‘old’ mosquito with hearing problems is not hearing the supposedly ‘annoying’ sound due to their age.
- Download MP3 | 08 kHz | Everyone
- Download MP3 | 10 kHz | Below 60 years
- Download MP3 | 12 kHz | Below 50 years
- Download MP3 | 14 kHz | Below 45 years
- Download MP3 | 15 kHz | Below 40 years
- Download MP3 | 16 kHz | Below 24 years
- Download MP3 | 20 kHz | Below 24 years
- Download MP3 | 21 kHz | Below 20 years
- Download MP3 | 22 kHz | Below 20 years
Top 4 Mosquito Repellent Software [ Free Download ]
Don’t have a mobile phone? Don’t want to lose precious battery or your phone does not support the high frequency but your computer’s speakers have a higher frequency capability? Get rid of mosquitoes using ultra sound.
- Anti Mosquito Software 1.0 | 125K
- Mosquito Expert 2.0 | 300K
- Anti Mosquito 1.3 | 550K
- Anti Mosquito 2.5 | 550K
“Anti Mosquito” software produce mosquito repellent ultra sound and mosquitoes drive away from your computer area. The sound range which is this program produce beyond the audible range of humans. Therefore you can’t hear this sound. Use with care.
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